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  • in reply to: Confusion For Marriage #1410
    Unknown10
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    Hello brother,
    First of all, shaadi karna zaroori nahi hota. Yeh khud ki choice honi chaiye. Koi compulsion nahi hai ki shaadi karni hi karni hai. Secondly, childish nature ek age tak rehta hai, uske baad khud hi bande ko apni responsibilities samjh aa jati hai. Aur han, ek na ek din aayega jab aisi koi ladki hogi jisse baat karke vo bore nahi hoga. Yeh aaj kal ki generation ka basic nature hai ki 2-4 din baat karke bore hojate hai kyuki humare pass options kaafi available hote hai. Toh pehli chiz, agar unne shaadi karni hai ya nahi, yeh decide kariye, or agar karni hai, or vo ready hai responsibilities lene ko toh fer time ke sath unhe achi ladki mil jayegi, forcefully ladki dhoondhne se toh milegi nahi. Or ek aur chiz, aap unne kahiye ki life ko lekar thoda sa serious hoye, har chiz ko for granted lena band karenge toh vo iss chiz mai thoda serious honge or khud decide kar payenge ki vo kya karna chahte hai.

    in reply to: Teenagers problems #1268
    Unknown10
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    I too agree. Bilkul sahi kaha parents ko khud ko bhi bacho ke liye time nikaalna chaiye aur sath hi bacho ko bhi thoda adjust karna chaiye. After all, taali ek hath se nahi bajti. I want to share my experience. Kya pata kise ke sath bhi yeh chiz hoye. My parents too used to be a bit strict and I thought of not sharing anything with them because maybe I was afraid that they would scold or my thinking that they won’t understand stopped me. But now, from past one year, I seriously saw a change in my parents behavior. They are so open to me and it seems like I have two friends with me all the time with whom I laugh, I fight and sometimes don’t talk for hours. But still, they come and then make me laugh and everything goes so well. Touchwood,it is really so good to feel this vibe when your parents no longer be those strict ones or the ones from whom we are scared. Kids aren’t that mature, so I guess parents should take a step forward in it which would do good to both parents and their children.

    in reply to: New Education Policy #1267
    Unknown10
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    According to me, this NEP is really very good as this would help the children to excel in their practical life. They would be exposed to the practical era of teaching and would be given practical knowledge instead of theortical. I regret not being taught in this way and hope that Indian kids too enjoy this NEP and also their burden could be reduced. The major thing that we all talked about used to be mainly the education system that burdened the students and also deprived them of the fun, the joy that they should carry at a younger age. But now, I guess this problem is being solved by our hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji. A big thanks to him for introducing such a beneficial policy.

    in reply to: School fee waiver due to pandemic #1011
    Unknown10
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    To the extent of my knowledge, schools have a huge amount of funds with them that they collect during various occasions , and its practically impossible to think that they wont be having profit margins. From the day of admission in any of the educational institution to the day the student grasps any degree , educational institution have always been the foremost in making money. If getting an admission in an institute or a school was an easy task then the students who are deprived of education wouldn’t be so. It is just because of their high school fees that disables a lower class family make their children study in one of the best schools or even schools sometimes. So, according to me, there should be some 80-90{551c903f756d5bf12b7d58e2eb1e8b74af35058efa7a05d3e7b41e9147979503} waiver.

    in reply to: WORK/ JOB RELATED ISSUES/ PROBLEMS #967
    Unknown10
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    Dear chiku
    I understand the problem your friend is facing and the same was also faced by me months ago. The only thought that got my mind stable around all such mean people was- Not all the people here feel same sense of responsibility as we do, nor they all are concerned about their occupation or professions to the same extent. In this world, there are various types of people,taking the hold of your friend’s problem and giving an overview – some who are concerned a lot and some for whom the same thing doesn’t makes a difference . Also, we cannot make them do what we want and cannot say them or force them to work responsibly. So thinking about all this we neither do good to us, nor to our innerself. Better we calm ourselves and let them do what they wish do. Another thing, according to me, is that, if got a chance, you could hold on to some free time that a small get together in which some sort of videos or stories could be shared which would, maybe, to some extent, woke their sense of responsibility and belongingness to their work or make them a little more concerned ,Which would make them as agile as they were when they came on the first day of their jobs. Because, according to me, motivational stories or videos work really well in getting back the energy or that excitement to work again with full stamina.
    Hope this would help your friend in one way or another.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by Unknown10.
    in reply to: Release the pressure #797
    Unknown10
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    I wholly agree and appreciate your point of view. But this is only how you or a small percentage of parents in our country think, rest all have restricted their perceptive to good grades. Parents, in front of all, might showcase themselves as the ones for whom grades wont matter much but deep inside, for them, grades are still the foremost that matters in a child’s life. Mentality takes a lot of time to change and it wont change until every parent and teacher reverse to the actual meaning of education that was laid long time ago.

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